At least five people were killed in a fire at a fireworks warehouse in Lima, Peru, on Friday night, the fire department said.
Brigadier General Giovanni Hacome said that among the five bodies found belonged to a young girl who lived there.
He said the fire affected an area of about 500 square meters, which includes a pyrotechnics workshop and several houses, in a poor neighborhood in the east of the Peruvian capital.
While the fire is under control, the search for other potential victims continues.
Fires are common around the Peruvian capital, where old buildings are used as warehouses for combustible materials without following any safety rules.